The Miami Dolphins are playing so well that Reshad Jones' somersault celebration has become a weekly feature, and he hopes to break it out against Tom Brady in prime time.
Jones has scored on an interception return two games in a row, punctuating each touchdown with an acrobatic vault across the goal line, to the consternation of his coaches and the delight of his teammates.
"I liked the second one better," Miami cornerback Jamar Taylor said, "because he did something with the ball — put it between his legs crazy."
The Dolphins have been in a fun-loving mood lately, reviving their season with back-to-back blowout wins after Dan Campbell replaced Joe Philbin as coach. The turnaround will be tested by Brady and company Thursday when Miami (3-3) plays at AFC East leader New England (6-0), one of five remaining unbeaten teams.